crayfish dissection

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Rebecca doesn’t particularly enjoy her science course (that’s an understatement!), however, she anticipated this segment ever since she watched Christian’s dissection labs last year.

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2.25.14
course: Apologia Exploring Creation with Biology
preserved specimen and dissection tool kit: Home Science Tools

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4 thoughts on “crayfish dissection

  1. Kristine says:

    I half admit to being disappointed you didn’t show more, although I also had my head turned so I was only looking sideways at my computer to miss the yukky stuff!

    Crawfish dissection is best when you bite off the head to get the stuff inside and then crack the shells to eat the meat. But you have to cook them first, of course!

    • Heather says:

      You are so hilarious, Kristine!

      Living in Michigan, crawfish meals are infrequent:) In fact, I wasn’t too impressed the 1 and only time I ate them! Rebecca’s specimen was much larger than I recall our meal, though!! Ewww.

  2. Aunt Bianca says:

    Thank you again for sparing us from the yucky guts and end result of her project. 🙂

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